A special event aimed at tourism related businesses is being held as part of the forthcoming Fife Business Week.
Representatives from B&Bs, guest houses, coffee shops and restaurants are being offered the chance to attend a special workshop aimed at improving baking skills.
The event has been organised by the Fife Food Network’s “Food from Fife” initiative in conjunction with the Collessie-based Doorstep Bakery.
Food from Fife’s Viv Collie said the hands-on, half day session will be led by the bakery manager Neil Stoddart.
“He will take participants through a range of easy, tasty baking recipes which they can take back to their own businesses.
“The fun training session at the village community bakery will also include baking your own lunch!” said Viv.
Fife Business Week, organised by the Fife Economy Partnership, will reflect issues of business today – communicating with customers on many social media platforms, addressing energy efficiency, finding new business, selling and managing key costs and resources.
Events take place across Fife and the vast majority are free to attend.
The partnership has expressed delight over the continuing collaboration between business groups and partner organisations.
“This underlines the scope of support, expertise and assistance available to Fife companies.
“In Fife we have a broad mix of public and private sector support agencies, business experts and entrepreneurs who can work together to stimulate discussion, sharing of ideas and best practice as well as opening up networks and business opportunities” said partnership.
For the Doorstep Bakery event contact: Viv Collie
Register: 07977 510 435 | email
Collessie Victory Hall, Collessie, KY15 7RG
November 12 – 11.00am – 3.30pm
For more details about Fife Business Week see: